The Grabango powered location can be found in Nashville, Tennessee.
“We’re thrilled to bring Grabango’s seamless checkout experience to additional Nashville customers, who want quick and efficient visits,” says Frederic Chaveyriat, CEO at MAPCO.
“We are seeing an increasing number of our shoppers opt for this faster, convenient checkout option, furthering our commitment to offering MAPCO customers a better break when they shop in-store.”
Grabango uses computer vision to eliminate two of the biggest pain points experienced by shoppers – waiting in line and scanning items.
Its system doesn’t require shelf sensors, changes to store layout, or product mix, and operates in large format stores.
“We are excited to expand our relationship with MAPCO with a second Grabango powered store and to bring checkout-free shopping to more of their shoppers,” says Grabango CEO and Co-founder Will Glaser.
“This is a true retrofit solution that simplifies shopping without burdening the retailer. Shoppers can pay with a credit card, debit card or use their mobile wallet.”
Earlier this year, Coen Markets launched two checkout-free stores, in partnership with Grabango, at its Amoco sites in Oakdale and Southpark, PA.
Amoco, a bp brand, will be the first to go live with the firm’s technology at Coen owned sites.
Shoppers use the Grabango app to pay for items without needing to stand in line or scan their items. They grab what they need and are billed in the app. Payment is contactless and automatic.
“We’re always looking at how technology can improve our shoppers’ experiences,” said Colin Dornish, VP of Consumer Experience and Innovation at Coen. “Grabango makes shopping fast and easy for them.”